Born to Win
A Review from Simon Parsons of English Dog World, June 1997"Last week in DOG WORLD Anne Roslin-Williams described Pat Craige's Born to Win--Breed to Succeed as one of the best dog books ever. High praise indeed, and fully justified, I can proimise you...Books about breeding tend to either be very basic, dealing with the mechanics of whelping and rearing...or to be extremely technical. This book, however, is not only highly readable, indeed unputdownable, but Mrs. Craige never 'talks down' to her readers. She assumes that they have similar goals to her own and, unlike so many of those at the very top of their profession, she is happy to pass on her secrets..." Mrs. Craige raises Vin-Melca Elkhounds in the USA, where "her Elkhounds have been number one in this country for almost 30 years." In her book, Paticia Craige "gets various top names in other breeds to explain how they pick puppies and then gives sage advice on how to get the best from them in training, conditioning and problem-sorting." This extraordinary book is "for anyone whose aim is to be seriously competitive in the dog world." Simon Parsons closes his article with his lament that, "I only wish that someone as successful in the British dog scene would write something comparable--whether or not you believe that over here are the best dogs, judges and shows, America is now certainly one up on us as far as dog books are concerned." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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